In previous months, we discussed some integrated development environment (IDE) vendors of Web services. We looked at products from IBM, Microsoft, Software AG, HP and Sun, with links to resources for more detail. This month, we will discuss the IBM IDE approach further.

While Microsoft has focused on the development of Web services using an integrated family of products based on .NET, IBM has a set of integrated Web services products that are based on WebSphere and Java. These provide extensive support and generation of all Web services markup languages, including SOAP, WSDL and UDDI as illustrated by Figure 1.

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